15 Fascinating Facts That You Must Know About ‘Lenovo’
Lenovo Group Ltd. is a Chinese multinational computer technology company.It designs, develops, manufactures and sells personal computers, tablet computers,smartphones, workstations, servers, electronic storage devices, IT management software and smart televisions.
Here are some Fascinating Facts about Lenovo that you must know:
1. The headquarters of Lenovo is in Beijing, China and Morrisville, North Carolina and United States.
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2. Yang Yuanqing is the chairman and chief executive officer of Lenovo. One of his major achievements since 1997 was leading Lenovo to become the best-selling personal computer brand in China.
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3. In 2013, Barron’s named Yang one of the “World’s Best CEOs”. Lenovo was the world’s largest personal computer vendor by unit sales in the year 2013.
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4. Liu Chuanzhi is the founder and chairman of Lenovo.
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5. Lenovo designed Tianxi to make it easy for inexperienced Chinese consumers to use computers and access the internet. One of the most important features of Tianxi was a button that instantly connected users to the internet and opened the web browser.
6. As of 2000, the Tianxi was the best-selling computer in Chinese history as it sold more than 1,000,000 units in the year 2000 alone.
7. Lenovo sold its smart phone and tablet division in 2008. As of 2009, the mobile division ranked third in terms of unit share in China’s mobile handset market. Lenovo entered the smart phone market in 2012 and quickly became the largest Vendor of smartphones in Mainland China.
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8. Lenovo’s PC division was formed in 2005 through its acquisition of IBM’s PC business, including its ThinkPad and ThinkCenter lines.
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9. ThinkPad is a line of business oriented laptop computers. It is known for boxy black design modeled after a traditional Japanese lunchbox. ThinkPad was originally an IBM product.since early 2005 they have been manufactured and sold by Lenovo .
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10. ThinkCentre is a line of business oriented Desktop computers. It was originally an IBM product and was introduced in 2003 by IBM. Since 2005 it has been produced and sold by Lenovo. ThinkCentre computers typically include mid-range to high-end processors, options for discrete graphics cards, and multi-monitor support.
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11. In April 2014 Lenovo announced the new Lenovo Tab A7-30, Lenovo Tab A7-50, Lenovo Tab A8 and Lenovo Tab A10 tablets. In Berlin at the IFA 2014 Lenovo announced their first Intel Atom-powered android tablet known as Tab S8 and characterized by a low price.
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12. On October 9, 2014, Lenovo unveiled 6 new Yoga tablets with Android and Windows OS, ranging from 8-inch, to 10.1-inch and 13.3-inch in size.
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13. In November 2011, Lenovo said that they would soon unveil a smart television product called LeTV. In June 2013 Lenovo announced a partnership with Sharp to produce smart televisions.
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14. In March 2014, Lenovo announced that they projected smart television sales surpassing one million units for 2014. The same month Lenovo released its flagship S9 featuring the fastest CPU of any smart television.
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15. In October 2014 Lenovo developed a wearable device. The device, branded a “Smartband“ which has a battery life of seven days. It has an optical heart-rate monitor and can be used to track distance and time spent running and calories burned. It can also notify the user of incoming calls and texts. It can also unlock computers without the use of a password.
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Lenovo aims high and low with tablets at CES 2015:
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